6/29/18 | 4:22PM: John Shannon tweets that 8 teams made calls on Nash and that he could have agreed to a three-year deal worth $15 million before deciding to forgo the July 1 signing window.
6/28/18 | 12:13PM: Rick Nash's agent Joel Resnick tells Darren Dreger that Nash is undecided on whether he wants to play next season in the NHL and will not take part in the July 1 free agency.
Dreger says that the "multiple teams with interest" in Nash have been made aware of this decision.
Aaron Portzline of The Athletic wrote earlier this week that Columbus had been in contact with their former captain and that while reports last weekend indicated that Nash was thinking about possible retirement, he was interested in a multi-year deal. (The Athletic)
Nash said, after the Bruins season ended, that he was looking for a place where he could win and where his family would be comfortable.
Nash suffered "another" concussion late in the season while with Boston. (The Athletic)
The Rangers traded Nash to the Bruins around the trade deadline for a package that included Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, prospect Ryan Lindgren, Boston's first round pick (which was used to move up to select K'Andre Miller) and a 7th round pick in 2019.